|Microsoft Research Video 140501: Music, Mind and Health: New Interfaces to Embed Healthcare Intervention in our Creative Lives - Microsoft Research|
As a culture, we have the capacity to lead creative lives. Part of that capacity lies in how something like music can touch on just about every aspect of human thinking and experience. If music is such a pervasive phenomenon, what does it mean for the way we consider our lives in health? There are three problems with connecting the richness of music to scientifically valid clinical interventions. First, it is unclear how to provide access to something as seemingly complex as music to a diverse g...
Keywords: Microsoft Research; Microsoft Research Video Archive; Dan Morris; Adam Boulanger
|Microsoft Research Video 139824: Natural User Interfaces with Physiological Sensing - Microsoft Research|
Researchers demonstrate sensing technologies that enable us to decode the signals generated by the body. We will demo muscle-computer interfaces, electromyography-based armbands that sense muscular activation directly to infer finger gestures on surfaces and in free space, and bio-acoustic interfaces, mechanical sensors on the body that enable us to turn the entire body into a tap-based input device.©2010 Microsoft Corporation...
Keywords: Microsoft Research; Microsoft Research Video Archive; Dan Morris and Desney Tan
|Microsoft Research Video 139309: A Whole NUI World: A New Fantastic Point of View - Microsoft Research|
Natural User Interaction is the topic of this session from the 2010 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit. Presenters include Desney Tan, Dan Morris, and Daniel Wigdor from Microsoft Research; Scott Hudson from Carnegie Mellon University; andJohnny Lee and Michael Medlock from Microsoft. ©2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Microsoft Research; Microsoft Research Video Archive; Tom McMail; Dan Morris, Daniel Wigdor, Desney Tan, Johnny Chung Lee, Michael Medlock, and Scott Hudson
|Doom 3 G4 History of Doom - id software|
This DOOM 3 movie, which debuted on G4TechTV (and put on Fileshack on July 23rd, 2004, while Doom 3 was released August 2004 in America), offers a whole bunch of gameplay footage and interviews with the people at id Software about development of the game. Interviewees (in order of appearance) include John Carmack (Co-Owner/Technical Director), Tim Willits (Co-Owner/Lead Designer), Todd Hollenshead (Co-Owner/CEO), Kevin Cloud (Co-Owner/Artist), Steven L...
Keywords: Interview; G4; Doom 3; id software; John Carmack; Tim Willits; Todd Hollenshead; Kevin Cloud; Steven L. Kent; Jim Black; Robert A. Duffy; Dan Morris